Pusha-T performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto tonight for the first time since his beef with hometown hero Drake, and it didn't end well. According to tweets from concertgoers, the show ended abruptly after a commotion broke out on stage and the cops were eventually called.
While it's unclear exactly what transpired in videos posted to Twitter, tweets from attendees give a better idea about what went down, although there are varying takes. According to Twitter user @LaNicaPoetess, a group of individuals threw water, beer and paint on stage in the middle of Pusha's performance.
Others say there was an actual fight on stage, with Pusha's security taking down three guys who tried to rush the GOOD Music president. Both the water attack and the fight were both seemingly confirmed by Pusha's friend @Upscale_Vandal.
After the attack, Push disappeared off stage briefly before coming back to perform "I Don't Like" and "Infrared" while blaming Drake for the disturbance. Sources familiar with the situation have said they've heard rumblings of Drake (or people affiliated with him) purchasing 200 tickets to the show in order to cause a scene.
It's unsure right now whether there will be any more details that emerge in the coming hours or days. There's definitely a lot of disappointed fans out there, but we're just happy that nobody was seriously hurt. This incident comes just a week after Pusha-T performed at Camp Flog Gnaw with a "Fuck Drake" graphic projected onto a giant screen behind him—a move he later blamed on a "corny ass tech dude." Looks like this beef is far from over.